borofluoride

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borofluoride

A double fluoride of boron and hydrogen, or another positive element or radical—e.g., sodium, potassium.
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Regularly used are 0.1-1% potassium fluoborate and 0.25-0.5% sulfur additions based on sand weight.
Methane sulphonic acid-based tin and tin-leads are also used in preference to fluoborate types because they can be run at much higher current densities and produce very bright deposits.
Recently, various complexing agents such as citrates, tartrates, fluoborates, sulfamates, gluconates, and glycinates have been used.